My feet. I save my oral skills for other things.
A long string of moderate sellers. It’s nearly impossible to duplicate a big, popular bestseller and everything that comes after pales in comparison with readers and critics.
Now, damn it! To quote Carrie Fisher, instant gratification takes too long.
Without conjunctions. I’m sort of doing this with some of the dialogue in my Venus Trilogy because some of the characters are French and don’t have full command of the English language. I want their voice to have that stilted quality.
Tattooed. I think the audio would eventually become boring and monotonous, especially while doing my own writing.
I’m already doing the first and have considered the second.
A character I hated. Isn’t that what a good villain is all about?
Skin as paper. For reference, see the Peter Greenaway film “The Pillow Book” starring the incredibly naked Ewan McGregor.
Real life. Especially if I get to have sex with a couple of my characters.
Without punctuation and capitalization. Hey, it worked for Faulkner and e.e. cummings…
Teach would be nice, but the publicity for having it banned would be fantastic.
Hit me again, Dylan, and put some stank on it!
I speak in haiku
Would you rather be
stuck on an island with only the 50 Shades Series or a series in a language you
Rip me to shreds. As Mr. Wilde said, the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.
I already have voices in my head, so one more won’t hurt.
Pen and paper. Honestly, my handwriting is so bad that I wouldn’t miss it.
I’ve been told I do some of my best work on my back.
I think there would be an empty room in either scenario.
Check back next week to see what Les Plesko would rather
and see his answer to Collin's question: